By coincidence, my copy of "The Packet", the 35011 Society magazine, arrived this morning and included a detailed article on the forthcoming move to the Swindon & Cricklade Railway. The 35011 AGM for 2019 will also be held at the S&CR in May. The magazine's editor, Simon Shutt, states that , "for me, this is the best ever issue of the Packet, with amazing progress on many fronts, including a new base for the locomotive, a fully-funded crank axle, more original components, more parts made from scratch and the completion of the Klinger valves." Having had a very quick initial read, I would have to agree. Progress on this locomotive has been going well and, once it is relocated to the S&CR, should get even better as it will be based on an established heritage line, albeit not a particularly long one. Bulleid pacifics have been there before of course, with both 35027 and 34072 arriving there from Barry in the mid-1980s before completion at Swindon. BR (W) No 6984 Owsden Hall is there currently and is rapidly approaching completion to working order. I'm very pleased to read all the positive news on this project with 35011 and have thrown a little cash at it to help them relocate to the S&CR this Spring. I would thoroughly recommend joining the 35011 GSN Restoration Society as, if nothing else, you'll have a nice little newsletter to read!